The GSBM is then used in lieu of conventional model in the simulation.
In the following section, the process of creating a GSBM for a driving simulator is presented.
Figure 7 illustrates the structure of the surrogate models in developing the first version of the GSBM. The next phase in developing SBVDM was to create the surrogate models.
The objective of this stage of the study was to develop global surrogate-based model (GSBM) architecture, which was capable of emulating vehicle responses within a wide range of operating conditions.
As more surrogate models were added to the GSBM, the computational cost increased.
These surrogate models were chained together in a cascade style and thus created the global surrogate-based model (GSBM).